Seamless Textures Generator is a simple but time-saving photoshop action. It generates with just one click a seamless pattern from your picture. If you like, directly into the photoshop pattern palette.
Hassle-free photoshop exporting. It’s a Photoshop plugin that does all the boring hard work.
Render.ly will automatically export screens, assets and detailed design specs for your clients and fellow developers. Our technology makes it smart which means exporting only those elements that were changed. Ohh, of course it’s blazing fast and it runs in the background.
Full assets package All you need to do is to use a proper prefix and Render.ly will handle all the hard work.
ICONS Keep your icons as vectors, add a prefix “ico” and that’s all. Render.ly will export all of them to your assets folder.
BUTTONS Name a group with “btn” and create a state by adding e.g. “:hover” in the end of the name inside that group.
IMAGES Simply add “img” prefix to any kind of layer or group and Render.ly will export it as raster graphic.
FIND, CLICK AND SHAPE Search for an icon and click to create a new layer shape which you can easily edit. That’s all you need to do in order to have access to the amazing selection of free Font Awesome icons.
The the toolbar is designed to be docked right above the timeline panel and help animator do routine tasks.
Toolbar Button Overview
First part of the Animator’s Toolbar
Go To: 1. Go To › First frame on the Timeline 2. Go To › Previous frame 3. Go To › Specific Frame (or time, depending on Timeline settings) 4. Go To › Next frame 5. Go To › Last frame on the Timeline
Work Area: 1. Go To beginning of Work Area 2. Set beginning of Work Area (at playhead) 3. Extract Work Area ~ Video Layer only 4. Lift Work Area ~ Video Layer only 5. Set end of Work Area (at playhead) 6. Go To end of Work Area
Move and Trim: For now these functions only work per layer. When multiple Layers are selected, Photoshop will throw an error message. Still working on a solution for that one… 1. Move beginning of selected Layer at playhead 2. Trim beginning of selected Layer at playhead 3. Split at playhead ~ Splits multiple Layers 4. Trim end of selected Layer at playhead 5. Move end of selected Layer at playhead
Second part of the Animator’s Toolbar Visibility:
When working on a project the timeline can get crowded pretty fast. Mark any Layers you’re working on as Favourites to hide all other Layers on the timeline. Once set, you can toggle between Favourite view and Total view. 1. Show all Layers on the Timeline 2. Show only Favourite Layers on the Timeline 3. Mark selected Layers as Favourite and hide others
Settings: 1. Timeline Frame rate 2. Panel Options 3. Enable Timeline keyboard shortcuts (for whenever you want to be able nudge selections with the arrow-keys)
Labels: Labeled Layers are color-coded and renamed to the chosen label and the Layer-index. The Label-function works on multiple Layers at once. 1. Mark selected Layers as “Key” 2. Mark selected Layers as “Extreme” 3. Mark selected Layers as “Breakdown” 4. Mark selected Layers as “Inbetween” 5. Reset label for selected Layers
In 2013 Adobe introduced a tool called Generator, which allows you to generate image assets from your Photoshop file in real time. Pretty cool. Only tricky point, you need to rename all your layers to have Generator to export them correctly. This procedure usually takes quite a lot of time, and, as a result, your layer labels become an unreadable mess. So, yeah. Oven is gonna help you keep your mental sanity when you deal with assets.
A free Photoshop CS6 and CC extension to add Keyboard shortcut labels to the Tools bar. Install with Adobe Extension Manager and open inside Photoshop by navigating to Window > Extensions > Keyboard Shortcuts